Special Issue "Environmental Decision Analysis for Nanoparticles"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2019).
In recent years, engineered nanoparticles have had a substantial impact on almost all scientific and technological fields. This growth is undoubtedly boosted by the amazing nature of matter at the nanoscale and its potential applications. Increasingly, the presence of nanomaterials in environmental compartments is a reality with interesting short- and long-term consequences. Fortunately, together with the development of nanotechnology, there is a growth in societal concern surrounding its impact in the workplace and on the environment. An array of materials, methodologies and models is being developed for a comprehensive risk assessment of engineered nanoparticles in different scenarios.
In this Special Issue, we are devoted to sketching the current state of the art in decision-making procedures for engineered nanoparticles in the context of the environment. We are looking for manuscripts encompassing multiple aspects of nanotechnology and its impact on diverse ecosystems, as well as exposure assessment and life cycle analysis. Novel scientific findings on the environmental impact of nanoparticles are welcomed, as well as perspectives on the future development of chemical engineering and environmental sciences.
Dr. Francisco Balas
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- environmental science
- occupational safety
- impact assessment
- risk analysis